the Character Development collectionWhen experiencing the arts we might become transfixed, transported or transformed — maybe even all three! Minimal in appearance but rich in story, these images are like muffled recordings of gallery goers engaged in quiet conversation with art.
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A Damsel in This Dress - Not needing rescuing at all. Thank you very much!
Most Thursdays at lunch time you could find her in the contemporay art section.
Solitary subjects (human, tree, rock...) set against a stark background can symbolize strength, resilience, reflection — especially with help from a good title. This man’s posture and position in the frame guide me along a different, darker story line, though.
No title required, really.
What’s in your background? What’s your posture? What story are you telling right now?
She was wise beyond her years but acted half her age.
She reserved her brightest clothes for when she attended art openings.
She knew she was going to be late for her lunch date.
A sensation of calm washed over her whenever she walked past an artwork that matched her clothes.
She gave of her time generously, especially to her self.
Minimalist was the way they liked their art and their lifestyle.